The last time the New England Patriots clashed against the Kansas City Chiefs, odds enthusiasts got treated to a thrilling 41-14 win by the Chiefs, which handily paid bettors on the OVER total betting lines. That, however, was back in 2014 when Kansas City’s star RB Jamaal Charles was healthy and QB Alex Smith could throw three TDs on any given weekend. Now, Charles is out with a season-ending injury and multiple-TD games don’t come easy for Smith. But to make up for all that, the Chiefs have a mean defense catalyzed by a wicked pass rush unit that melts down even the best of opposing quarterbacks. On the opposite camp, New England’s Tom Brady (who recovered from last season’s horrid performance against the Chiefs to eventually lead the Pats to a Super Bowl title along with an MVP title for himself) is still finding ways to make plays this season, in spite of working with a unit that has been bleeding of injuries. In fact, thanks to his NFL-best 36 regular season TDs, his Patriots finished the season ranked among the best offensive teams in the nation. So what does all that mean for a game that has the total set at 42? Should we expect a high-scoring OVER affair in the totals on the basis of the solid Brady-led offense, or will Kansas City’s surging defense drag down the scores for an UNDER? Here’s you brief guide on how to wager on this game’s total NFL betting lines. Watch Online Here
Sports & Betting Topics
Latest News, Tips & Expert Picks
- 2019 Super Bowl 53 Betting Odds Recap
- Early Super Bowl 54 Odds & Predictions
- Patriots vs Rams Super Bowl LIII Odds, Preview & Pick
- Super Bowl LIII Betting Predictions That Could Reshape Odds
- What to Bet On After Super Bowl LIII?
- Using Past Performances to Predict Super Bowl LIII Winner
- ESPN Super Bowl LIII Picks
- Fox Sports Super Bowl LIII Picks
- CBS Sports Super Bowl LIII Picks
- NFL Network Super Bowl LIII Picks
Betting News, Articles, Sportsbook & Casino Posts and videos from MyBookie on Betting, including information on odds, lines, tips and picks are exclusively views of our profesinal paid writers, and not those of MyBookie and the Managment.